Dominos Employee Relieved of Four Pizzas During Strong-Arm Robbery

Multiple parties informed the pizza delivery person they'd be taking the pizza without paying.

A pizza delivery went awry Sunday night and resulted in a hefty take—four cheese pizzas.

According to authorities, a Dominos employee arrived to deliver pizza at 16 Roosevelt Avenue only to find the address was an abandoned house.

According to police, multiple parties informed the pizza delivery person they did not have any money, but would be taking the pizzas anyway.

No weapon was shown during the incident, police said. An investigation is ongoing.


Other Arrests

Geovany Deje Alverez-Murillo, 29, of Rosepark Ave., was charged Sunday night with second-degree forgery, first-degree failure to appear and three counts second-degree failure to appear.

Edgar Lopez, 36, of Spruce St., was charged Sunday evening with third-degree criminal trespass and second-degree breach of peace.

Nicholas Mattioli, 20, of S. Pacific St., was charged Sunday afternoon with third-degree burglary and possession of burglar tools.


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